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Make a difference in the lives of most deserving students by donating to scholarships. Your generosity can help lighten a student's financial burden and allow them to focus solely on their education. 

Below we highlight some of our major gift supporters that have generously invested in our MSHA program and its students.

  • The Beasley-Hall Family Endowed Scholarship in Health Administration

    Ken Beasley (MSHA Class 19) established a scholarship to support MSHA students after witnessing the impact that UAB HSA alumni are having in health care at the HSA 50th Anniversary Celebration. His gift supports residential MSHA students. Beasley attributes Dr. Houser’s example of generosity and commitment to him and his classmates, as well as other students, as his motivation to give back. Beasley’s son, Parker, joined the HSA family in Fall 2017 as a part of MSHA Class 53.

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  • Neeysa Davis Biddle Endowed Scholarship in Health Administration

    Neeysa Biddle, longtime healthcare leader of Ascension and St. Vincent’s Health Services, is the first female to endow a scholarship in the UAB School of Health Professions’ Department of Health Services Administration. Biddle, a double alumna earning a B.S. in Allied Health (currently Health Care Management) and an M.S. in Health Administration (MSHA Class 26), established the scholarship as an annual award delivered to students who may otherwise be unable to attend the UAB MSHA program.

  • Howard W. and Shannon H.S. Houser Endowed Scholarship in Health Services Administration

    THoward Houser, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, and Shannon Houser, Associate Professor, (HIM, 1993), have established a scholarship that is available to students department wide for assistance with tuition and fees. The Housers have elected to support this fund annually and through an estate gift from Dr. Howard Houser.

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  • Chen Hua Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Dr. Howard W. Houser

    Chen (Trevor) Hua, MSHA Class 23, established the scholarship through a gift that honors his mentor and former professor, Dr. Howard W. Houser. The fund will provide support to MSHA students with preference given, but not limited to, international students with highest priority to ethnic Chinese students.

    *Trevor Chen was a member of the only class of the UAB School of Health Professions' MSHA / Sino-American Joint Program in 1989.

  • Chuck and Judy Stokes Endowed Scholarship for Diversity and Inclusion

    Chuck Stokes (MSHA Class 17) and his wife Judy recognize the importance of diversity and inclusion in the healthcare field. Their recently established Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship will support students enrolled in our Master of Science in Health Administration and Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Safety programs.